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LADA and MODY from 2004

  1. Do my symptoms fit the diagnosis of type 1? How often are people my age diagnosed with type 1? (28 Dec 2004)
  2. The doctor thinks my daughter may be insulin resistant. Is this possible even if she is not overweight? Could she develop type 2 or PCOS after puberty or could it still be MODY? (8 Dec 2004)
  3. Diagnosed with type 1 in the summer of 2003, my daughter was later said to have intermittent hyperglycemia. Should she have a GTT? Could she have hypoglycemia? (16 Nov 2004)
  4. Diagnosed with pre-diabetes, I am healthy and not overweight. Did I get this because of my family history? Should I get tested for type 1.5 or LADA? (14 Nov 2004)
  5. I take oral medications for type 2. I am concerned that I am a prospective LADA. Will the pills damage my pancreas or should I begin insulin soon? (20 Oct 2004)
  6. Two years ago, I was diagnosed with LADA. After four months, I was able to discontinue insulin. My A1c has remained normal. What could be going on? (30 Sep 2004)
  7. My younger daughter may have Glomerulocystic Kidney Disease, which involves MODY5. Where can I find information about MODY5? (26 Sep 2004)
  8. I am a 52 year old woman and I was recently diagnosed with type 2, but I am very thin and athletic. Could it be type 1 or something else? (29 May 2004)
  9. Is there a honeymoon period in LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults)? (23 May 2004)
  10. With positive GAD antibodies, I was rediagnosed to LADA. Can you explain about the GAD antibody test? How many type 2s really are LADA? (14 Mar 2004)
  11. Is there a relationship between chicken pox and type 1 diabetes? (22 Feb 2004)
  12. I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes one year ago. How could I have gone from no medications a year ago to needing several? (20 Feb 2004)
  13. Two of my sons, ages 10 and 15, and I were recently diagnosed with MODY2 Glucokinase. (5 Jan 2004)

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